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FOX News
May 4, 2012 3:00am EDT
>> and confusion is my epitaph. meet julia, the fictional woman who president obama says can take care of you your whole life. and the magazine "inspire" is out. greg? >> why does it always have to end with violence? >> that's the answer i was looking for. >> keep up the good work. >> i shall by telling you to go away. >> she knows stock tips like i know child bearing hips. i am here with liz mcdonald. and he knows rib ticklers like i know the french ones. i would like to welcome the first time guest, jim labriola. his latest cd is called "heart improvement. and he lists his dealer as a dependent on his tax returns, bill schulz. and he can kill you with a chimichanga. fyi, that's the name of his boomerang. diligence, the fine i can makers of diligence breath mints and diligence beagles. for all of your breath mint, bath soap and other needs, think diligence, diligence, we might kill you out of bore dom. and our new york times cory done spent -- correspondent, pinch. >> it is the secret walking papers he gave richard granel. here is a quote,. ♪ you didn't have to snoop so low ♪
FOX News
May 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
president obama's internet campaign, the lie of -- the life of julia, a fictional woman who relies on the government for having a job, having a baby, getting cared for. she starts with head start. and the slides show that with romney they would not exist. what is missing? a husband? julia is married to the government. he is with her every step of the way. maybe this is the composite girlfriend we have been hearing about. but substitute anything else for the government and you get a junkie, booze, a hopeless drunk, and government assistance junkie and anyone the government assists that much, they control, proving that the bigger the government the smaller the citizen. and that means julia is smaller than me and dana combined. and you remember the highlights cartoon comparing a good child to the foolish counterpart? here is why i love julia the most never has the choice eastbound dependents and individualism been shown more clearly, what is last out is who pays for the free ride. gallant must pay and romney must salvage obama and economy dies under a nation of julia's. a woman's life span n
ABC
May 5, 2012 12:00am PDT
investigation. one more and they have a hooker's dozen. >> yule julia louis-dreyfulouis. >> we just got married or something. >> the national spelling bee champions. >> i challenge that! >> you have >>> hi, i'm jimmy kimmel with a word about this, just in time for cinco de mayo, it's bud light lime lime-a-rita. you are going to love this. guillermo, you've been known to enjoy a margarita, right? >> yes, jimmy. and sometimes other times, too. >> jimmy: guillermo's agreed to share his family recipe with us tonight. go ahead, share. >> okay, first, you get a glass. and then you go to the fridge, okay? >> jimmy: it's somewhere in there, guillermo. you'll find it. this is -- >> okay. >> jimmy: then what do you do? >> and then, you're going to open this. >> jimmy: we had one right here. >> oh. oh, yeah. okay. then you're going to pour it. okay? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. and then, you're going to drink it. salut. >> jimmy: wow, no shakers and no blenders. that's amazing. >> why should i use shakers and blenders when bud light did it all for me? du dumbass. happy cinco de mayo. >> dicky: bud
FOX News
May 13, 2012 2:00am PDT
have to be crazy. >> john: thank you. good luck saving us some money. up next, julia, her touching story is a slide show on the obama campaign website. what government promises to julia is reason why america is julia is reason why america is on the road to serfdom. [ male announcer ] they were born to climb... born to leap, born to stalk, and born to pounce. to understand why, we journeyed to africa, where their wild ancestor was born. there we discovered that cats, no matter where they are... are born toe cats. and shouldn't your cat be who he was born to be? discover your cat's true nature. purina one. zbleejts. >> john: it is over to the top to wear chains and say america is on the road to serfdom. you know however because you watched this show. you know that it's the title of this important book written by nobel prize winner f. hayek. he says it leads to sag nation and poverty. most important change with expensive government control produces is a psychological change in the character of the people. it teaches people to be helpless and turns us into serfs. serfs worked the land
CSPAN
May 30, 2012 2:30am EDT
some breaking news from ap in a few minutes. with that, let me turn the floor over to julia kennedy cochran to talk to -- introduce the program and talk a little about her father and also thank members of the family for being here. we are very glad you are all here. thanks. julia? >> good evening and thank you all for being here. three, four years ago when i started this project to publish my father's memoir, which he hadn't been able to get published during his lifetime, it was with great trepidation i wrote a letter to tom curly asking for the ap's help. because, as you know, it had been 60-odd years since my father had been fired by the ap and we had never heard anything from them about it. in fact, i myself worked for the ap for three years right after college as a reporter on the new york city desk and nobody ever spoke to me about it during that time. so i expected that either they would ignore me or just tell me that they weren't interested in helping me. it was with pleasant surprise that i found that tom was very willing to help me and allowed me to use the ap archives, and
CNN
May 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
for you this morning, will julia win the battle for women voters? oh, the war for women voters is raging. the obama's latest weapon, julia. julia is a cartoon figure created by the obama campaign for its website. the julia info graphic shows how one woman can be helped by government programs and the president's policies throughout her lifetime, beginning at 3 years old with headstart. in college with pell grants and affordable student loans. covered under her parents' health plan with obama care. getting a small business administration loan for her web design company. then getting medicare and social security to retire. the julia timeline also describes how those benefits would be cut under a romney administration. well, wouldn't you know it, it didn't take long for conservatives to fire back, blasting cartoon julia for promoting a big government nanny state. dana tweeted i have no idea how i or other women survived this long without the government making all of our decisions for us. and julia is hot in the summer. who will fan her? the whole julia thing actually could back fire.
FOX News
May 12, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. >> john: thank you. good luck saving us some money. up next, julia, her touching story is a slide show on the obama campaign website. what government promises to julia is reason why america is on the road to serfdom. zbleejts. >> john: it is over to the top to wear chains and say america is on the road to serfdom. you know however because you watched this show. you know that it's the title of this important book written by nobel prize winner f. hayek. he says it leads to sag nation and poverty. most important change with expensive government control produces is a psychological change in the character of the people. it teaches people to be helpless and turns us into serfs. serfs worked the land and could never most per because the land was controlled by the government at the time. rulers kept people dependent. i'm not going to argue that today's politicians want to make us dependent, but the welfare state is well intended. they believe in central planning but to believe in it after its failure in the soef yoet yet union, in cuba, in north korea, the post office, to still believe that ti
FOX News
May 12, 2012 3:00pm EDT
. up next, julia, her touching story is a slide show on the obama campaign website. what government promises to julia is reason why america is on the road to serfdom. [ kate ] most women may not be properly absorbing the calcium they take because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. that's why my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. ♪ [ male announcer ] with 50 horsepower, dual overhead cams and fierce acceleration, the gator xuv 825i will shatter your expectations. ♪ before your next big trip outdoors, visit johndeere.com/greentag for huge savings at this year's john deere green tag event. ♪ zbleejts. >> john: it is over to the top to wear chains and say america is on the road to serfdom. you know however because you watched this show. you know that it's the title of this important book written by nobel prize winner f. hayek. he says it leads to sag nation and poverty. most important change with expensive government control produces is a psychological
FOX News
May 13, 2012 12:00pm PDT
next, julia, her touching story is a slide show on the obama campaign website. what government promises to julia is reason why america is on the road to serfdom. [ female announcer ] research suggests the health of our cells plays a key role throughout our entire lives. ♪ one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin, designed for many of women's health concerns as we age. ♪ it has more of seven antioxidants to support cell health. that's one a day women's 50+ healthy advantage. zbleejts. >> john: it is over to the top to wear chains and say america is on the road to serfdom. you know however because you watched this show. you know that it's the title of this important book written by nobel prize winner f. hayek. he says it leads to sag nation and poverty. most important change with expensive government control produces is a psychological change in the character of the people. it teaches people to be helpless and turns us into serfs. serfs worked the land and could never most per because the land was controlled by the government at the time. rulers kept people dependent.
FOX News
May 12, 2012 10:00pm EDT
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FOX News
May 4, 2012 1:00pm PDT
, cannot believe we could have another four years of obama and then others want to be julia, the person who from crated -- cradle to grave will be provided for. >>neil: but do you thing so many are living off the government dole, and more than half in the country pay no federal income tax and that could be a built in base? >>governor huckabee: you bet. people vote for themselves they do not vote for the bigger good. they do not mind people staying in office if they are doing well. if not they will vote against their own party. >>neil: you can catch my friend here on fox news channel at 8:00 p.m. on saturdays and sundays. stocks selling off. debt is running up. what is the obama campaign answer to this? julia. i'm not kidding. i'm not kidding. julia. to that car insurance alone just last year. mmm, it's got a nice bouquet. our second car insurance, y. mmmmm, oh, i can see by your face they just lost another customer. you chose geico over the competitor. calm down, calm down. you're getting carried away. >>neil: republicans looking to get women voters and take you to a fictional woman nam
CSPAN
May 12, 2012 12:00pm EDT
a decade. brother of julia ward howe, best friend of henry wads worth long fellow, a spendthrift who squand erd several for turns, sam ward was an amazing man. sam ward's story would be impassable to tell without any depth or color or accuracy without the manuscripts here at the library of congress. i'm grateful to the staff of the mun awe script division and the photographs divisions. james garfield, the pams of james blane, hamilton fish, benjamin butler and many others. and together they provide a richness of detail that's helped me bring sam ward back to life. so here's the story of sam ward in a nutshell, and pecans were his favorite. his early years gave no hint of his future profession. the he was the first of six children. fis father was a highly respected conservative banker with the rock solid form of prime, ward and king and sam ward, the son, was expected to some day take his place there. when sam's mother died when he was just ten, his father was devastated and turned to religion. to the horror of his friends he destroyed all the wine in his well-stocked cellar. he becom
FOX News
May 4, 2012 1:00pm EDT
happening. a conservative group crying foul at julia, a character, created by president obama's re-election campaign. why they say the campaign website is misleading women. alan colmes and mike gallagher are here for a fair & balanced debate on that, next. meet julia. i went to a small high school. the teacher that comes to mind for me is my high school math teacher, dr. gilmore. i mean he could teach. he was there for us, even if we needed him in college. you could call him, you had his phone number. he was just focused on making sure we were gonna be successful. he would never give up on any of us. so i test... lot. do you test with this? freestyle lite test strips? i don't see... beep! wow! that didn't take much blood. yeah, and the unique zipwik tab targets the bld and pulls it in. so easy. yep. freestyle lite needs just a third the blood of onetouch ultra. really? so testing is one less thing i have to worry about today. great. call or click today and get strips and a meter free. test ey. megyn: a conservative group is now launching a counter attack against a new ad from presi
ABC
May 2, 2012 11:35pm EDT
that can be dangerous. that is why 14-year-old julia traveled from maine to new york to lead protest. a mock photo shoot. >> we wanted to show "seven teen" we love our bodieses just the way we are. and we don't need photo shop to fix us. >> reporter: we meter earlier. >> a lot of the pictures seem too perfect to be like anyone i know. >> i have known a lot of girls with eating disorders. everything from the serious anorexia and blulemia to weird diets. >> reporter: >> it started here two weeka ago when julia taped a poll in her lunchroom cafeteria. >> these pictures make me feel sad about myself. >> reporter: that led to a change.org protest. and the results are staggering. more than 25,000 signatures from all over the world. she picked up the box full of print outs today. she came here determined to bring those names and the battle to the fashion capital of america. once in new york, she was joined by local and like-minded teens. despite the light hearted mood, the issue is dead series. >> i have seen a 9-year-old girl in a feeding tube in treatment centers. and that is not
CSPAN
May 27, 2012 11:30pm EDT
then i will turn the floor over to julia kennedy cochran for a few words. we have the two authors of the foreword to this book. john maxwell hamilton who is executive vice chancellor and provost at louisiana state university. better known to all of us as lsu. he came to lsu in 1992 after more than 20 years as a journalist and public servant. most of that time he worked on foreign affairs both from the covering and the taking part and before he assumed his current position at lsu he was the founding dean of the manship school of mass communication. he was a reporter for the milwaukee journal, christian science monitor, and abc radio. longtime commentator for marketplace which is broadcast nationally by public radio international. in his government work he oversaw nuclear nonproliferation issues for the house foreign affairs committee, advised the head of the u.s. foreign aid program in asia during the carter administration and managed world bank program to educate americans about economic development, and in the course of his career he's gone to more than 50 countries in africa, asia,
PBS
May 13, 2012 6:30pm PDT
this last week that was called "life of julia" that projects from the age of 3 through 67 how julia would be affected by various government programs that are actually already in effect. >> frame julia for us. what julia are you talking about? >> julia is a two-dimensional figure created on a slideshow by the obama administration as a means of showing what government currently provides under the obama administration. and so julia at 3 has head start. and as she ages, she benefits from the fact that she gets to stay on her parents' insurance thanks to the patient protection and affordable care act. when julia faces potential pay discrimination, she's protected by the ledbetter act, the first act signed by president obama. >> which means? >> which means that she can file a discrimination suit if she is not getting comparable pay to a man who's doing the same kind of job. and she doesn't have an odd notification period requirement, meaning you could be discriminated against, not know it, and as a result lose your right to sue. when she reaches medicare and social security age, she's abl
Comedy Central
May 10, 2012 5:55pm PDT
explain. it's call "the life of julia" and it's a new web ad explaining how the average american woman might benefit from obama's policies. from some affordable student loans to government health insurance to other... oh, my god! look out for the bus! oh! oh! (laughter) it's just all so realistic. (laughter) the whole something a little simplistic but nothing worth getting too worked up over. and watch everybody get real worked up. >> it's sexist to assume women cannot make it on their own. >> when we say kraeud toll grave government nanny state this is exactly what we mean. >> what does it say about a president's policies when he has to use a cartoon character rather than real people to justify his records. (cheers and applause) >> jon: that strategy almost worked for john mccain. (audience reacts) (cheers and applause) did you iron that flag behind you, because it's wrinkle-free. to help us understand this cartoon kerfuffle, we turn to "the daily show" senior women's correspondent kristen schaal. kristen, thank you for coming. (cheers and applause) so we've heard about "the life of j
CSPAN
May 12, 2012 12:30pm EDT
, of his old friend, his brother-in-law had left him shaken. although julia and friends urged him to slow down, the truth was that he couldn't retire. he was famous but he was not rich. he lived well, very well indeed, but on other men's money. a personal savings, sam had none. he worked hard, but when it came to be prove dent, sam was the grasshopper. the ants of the lobby amassed small fortunes. and then sam's fortune changed dramatically. in 1878 out of the blue, a wealthy california showed up in new york. he had been a teenager when sam found him down on his luck and ill in the 1850s. he had been manipulating a block of railroad stock with sam in mind and he felt the time had come to reward him with the profits. nearly $750,000. with this dramatic change in his circumstances, washington would see less of sam. although he was a frequent visitor, host and guest in the cast, the king of the lobby was abdicating his crown, pulling up stakes 20 years after he first blew into town. knew in the chips, sam had his stationary with the compass pointing to sw, in boston gold rather than the
PBS
May 5, 2012 11:30am PDT
an interactive web app called "the life of julia," which guides users through an average middle class woman's life from age three to 67. it claims women fare better under obama policies. under a president romney for example, the tool cuts "julia's" benefits 40%. but romney' counters that president obama has created an economy that is 'hostile' to women. so, bay buchanan: who is right? >> women have done so badly under obama i don't know we could do any worse. those people that lost jobs women account for 9% of them. mitt romney will have pro-growth policy which will benefit women. >> for the president whose first built was pay equity bill. the vision for the economy is one that has affordable health care for women, medicare that's intact, student loans with interest rates that are reasonable. and loans for small business owners who happen to be women. that's the obama economy. >> if women went to beart of a state be taken care of by a -- which what we have seen so far i gas they can vote for obama. mitt romney clearly has a pro-growth agenda that will fix this economy and women will b
ABC
May 2, 2012 11:35pm PDT
can be dangerous. that is why 14-year-old julia traveled from maine to new york city to lead this protest, a mock photo shoot on the doorstep of one of the biggest teen magazines in the industry. >> we wanted to show "seventeen" we love our bodies just the way we are and we don't need photoshop to fix us. >> reporter: we met julia earlier today in a war room provided her by change.org. >> a lot of the pictures look too perfect to be like anyone i know. >> i have known a lot of girls with eating disorders, everything from the serious anorexia and dleem bulimia to weird diets. >> reporter: many are developing serious body image issues. it all started here two weeks ago when julia taped her hadself doing an informal poll during her lunch break in her school cafeteria. >> these pictures make me feel sad about myself. >> reporter: that led to a change.org protest. asking "seventeen" magazine to have one month of non-air brushed pictures. and the results are staggering. more than 25,000 signatures from all over the world. she picked up the box full of printouts from kinko's today. >> oh
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